Question

Six identical but distinguishable particles share seven units
of energy. Each particle can have energy

only in integral amounts. Create a table that lists all
possible macrostates and for each macrostate

compute its multiplicity. Using the values in your table
compute the probability of randomly choosing a

particle with energy E for all possible energies. What is the
probability of randomly choosing a particle

with energy E = 3 units? (A

Answer #1

Consider a two-particle system. Each particle can have energy 0
and Δ. Compute the partition function for the following case:
a. When particles are distinguishable.
b. When particles are fermions.
c. When particles are Bosons.

Consider a system composed of two distinguishable free
particles, each of which can have energy E = nε, for n = 0, 1, 2,
.... List the microstates with energy E = 3ε.

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